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FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 2:00pm EST
attack? >> yes, yes possibly. i would not be surprise israel reacts sooner than america. israel does not want to do that we know that, because the consequences would be severe not just return fire on israel, but much of europe and also in the world community. so president obama wants to forestall that, but is he going to act in time? can he rally the world opinion to forestall that? >> no, i don't believe he can. >> paul: you don't believe he can? >> i do believe he thinks he can because he thinks he can get u.n. sanctions together and china is saying no dice we don't want to do it. >> well, you know, this raises my biggest concern about this coming year, paul, which is this is going to be the beginning of the surge in afghanistan, big commitment, it's complicated by the behavior of the pakistanis as well. this is a really big thing for barack obama. i think my question is, can he handle two big crises and something like iraq would be-- or iran, iran would be that and it's not clear to me that this white house has the will to take on two or three big things and, you know, the world b
FOX News
Jan 23, 2010 11:00pm EST
himself has, denounced this decision in favor for, what they're saying is that corporate america, proi vit sector is the enemy. we don't like these people. and corporate america has share holders and employees and as justice scalia argued is part of the free market economy that has -- is the system we've gotten in. >> why are they going to get on the wrong side that have? >> this levels a decision and the playing field between corporations because before you had an exemption nrt law if you're a media company like news corp or "new york times" k nobody says we can't write editorials but if you're another corporation you didn't own a newspaper or radio station then, you're subject to limits. >> this is a very awkward thing this, is a situation where previous laws have said certain people can speak and certain people can't speak that. is what the supreme court really came out against yesterday. and there is a good point. idea here is that corporations are november illegal z as long as they're not illegal they should have same rights individuals have. that is what the supreme court established
FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 11:00pm EST
before america does. >> israel does not want to do that if it doesn't have to. we know that. because the consequences would be potentially severe. not just return fire on israel but also the program of much of europe and the world community. president obama wants to forestall that, but is he going to act in time, can he rally the world opinion to forestall that? >> i don't believe he. can but i do believe he thinks he can. he thinks he can get the u.n. sanctions together and rally the world. china is saying no dice, we don't want to do it. >> really, this concern about the coming year, which is this is going to be the beginning of the surge in afghanistan. a big commitment. it's complicated by the behavior of the pakistanis as well. this is a really big thing for barack obama. i think my question is can he handle two big crisis? and something like iraq would be -- iran, iran would be that. it's not clear to me that the white house has the will to take on two or three big things. you know, the world being what it is, there is inevitably going to be something else other than afghanista
FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 2:00pm EST
, yeah, they do and what i've been amazed by is that many of the gifts so far from corporate america have been in cash. they haven't been, you know, these company's products, if you think about this from a granding point of view, it would be much better to give your products and hope that targeting a customer base in haiti, but they're giving cash because that's what the countries needs right now and doesn't necessarily get them the kind of branding pr points that they would otherwise get. they're doing this from the heart, that's the right thing to do. >> and they're giving in kind contributions and western union offering to waive the fees on a lot of money transfers and et cetera, and also give services and goods as well as cash. >> i think as a crisis times, if you have a company like that or home depot building supplies, it's appropriate for them to give where others can't. corporations shouldn't be giving, let individuals, they are the share oerldz and owners of the company and giving welt. if you're talking about the financial institutions beat on by washington, if they give and do
FOX News
Jan 23, 2010 2:00pm EST
denounced this decision in favor-- basically what they're saying is corporate america, the private sector, is the enemy. we don't like these people. but corporate america has shareholders and employees and basically, as justice scalia argued in his concurrence is part of the free market economy that is basically the system that we've gotten in this country. why are they going to get on the wrong side of that? >> colin, this levels the decision and playing field between corporations because if before you had an exemption under the law if you were a media company like newscorp, our own or the new york times company. nobody says we can't write editorials opposing or endorsing candidates, but if you were another kind of corporation and you didn't own a newspaper or a radio station you were subject to the limits. >> right, i mean, this is a very awkward thing that those rules have created. this is a situation where previous laws have said certain people can speak and certain people can't speak and that's what the supreme court really came out against yesterday and dan makes a good point, you k
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 2:00pm EST
. if this is the case you covered latin america, that's the main problem. >> i'm in favor of stuffing the genie back in the bottle. >> paul: me, too. >> i don't think there's anything to say that we can't tell the fed, you know, this is your job and in fact, as you know, i mean, i think that we should get rid of the dual mandate that the fed has. how can the fed-- >> the dual mon date explain, monetary policy and full employment. >> exactly, how can the fed do both? there are times when, if we had stagflation in the '70s, there are times when pumping more money into the economy is going to create inflation even if you think it's going to solve your jobs problem short-term. >> paul: we'll watch the genie. when we come back the growing backlash against new york city terror trials. republicans and ayn creasing number of democrats are speaking out against the administration's decision to try 9/11 conspirators in manhattan. will the president change his mind? . more wings ! no way he'll be in first thing tomorrow. only alka-seltzer relieves your upset stomach, heartburn, indigestion and headache... so yo
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 11:00pm EST
they will ever go back to the way they used to be. t w >> john knee back out of bottle? you cover latin america --prob >> i'm in favor of stuffing the genie back in the bottle.le there is nothing to say that we can't tell the fed, youwe't know, this is your job. in fact, as you know, i thinkowe we should get rid of the dualet mandate that the fed has. >> let's explain that. it is monetary policy and fullp, employment. >> and how can themo feds do both?>>ctly there are times when if we hadhe stagflation in the 70s, there is time when pumping more money in the economy will create inflation even if you think it is gonna solve your job problems short-term.e. >> we will watch the genie. the growing backlash against new york city terror trials, ner republicans and an increasing number of democrats arerein speaking out against theocrats decision to try 9/11 cinspirators in manhattan. will the president change his mind? >> my >>> my hope is the attorney general and the president decide to change their mind,to they donhey don't, we will provide the security that will keep everybody safe.every >> that w
FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 11:00pm EST
of america, blue though it may be. there is a lot to point to what's going on here. let's start. in some ways it remind me of what happened in new jersey, a very blue state just elected a republican governor. those people were really diseffected. duvall patrick the democratic governor of massachusetts has approval ratings in the low 20s. the national journal issued a poll late this week which said 50 percent of the respondents said they would definitely or probably vote again barack obama if he were returni -- running again. obama has lost the independent vote that elected him president. let's look at the numbers in massachusetts, yes it's a blue state. 43 percent is democratic. 44 percent of the people in the massachusetts exit poll in 2008 the presidential election self identified as independent. those people are trending strongly for cot brown. i think that is what is behind the surge. >> nationalizing this race. >> that is what brown has done a good job at. it's not about massachusetts it's about president owe barometer ma and democrats controlling all of the levers of power. this very li
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